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Hunter is 23 months old.

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We had another fun week at Tot School!

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It seems like Veterans Day was a long time ago, but really it was just last week.  Hunter made this cute soldier on Veterans Day.

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Our letter was F, and Hunter was excited to use the firetruck printables from Royal Baloo.

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More fun with fire trucks… and wearing his turkey hat.

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Gluing firetrucks onto the letter F.

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Hunter added the F to our Chicka Chicka Boom Boom tree.

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Hunter made this F craft from Totally Tots.

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The finished F is for Fox.

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Trying out some scissors.

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I recently added a little basket for books related to what we are studying and Hunter loves looking at the books.  Hailey was learning about spiders last week and I had read this book during science.  I looked over later and Hunter was sitting there reading it!  I love that he usually picks the books we have read together.

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Just doing some coloring.

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I just thought this was cute- I looked on one of my bins and saw that Hunter had set up Woody and Buzz with a little snack.  I love how he plays and pretends now.  This age is just so much fun!!

Stop by 1+1+1=1 to see what the other tots were up to this week.

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Letter of the Week- Review


This week we are reviewing letters E, F, G and H.  So I don’t have a new letter to share.  Instead I am going to share the activities we have done for all of the letters so far.  I will include links to the original posts.  Many of our letter of the week crafts come from No Time for Flashcards.

Apple Print A

Bumble Bee B

Cotton Ball C

Dragon D

Elephant E

Feather F

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Glittery Green G

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Heart Filled H

Letter of the Week- Letter F


Last week our letter was F.  Here are some of the things we did:

F is for Fox from Totally Tots.

F is for fire from Homeschool Creations.

Hailey colored her letter F vocab words.  Then she cut them out and made it into a book.

She circled the letter Ff in this letter hunt story from Confessions of a Homeschooler.

Here are some of the thing we did from RRSP:

Hailey colored her verse.

She colored her sight word.  (This word was actually from a different week- we are catching up a few sight words.)

Practicing her letter F words- seeing how quietly she could say them.

The cut and glue craft for the verse.

Other stuff:

Doing a page in her sight word book for the word “for.”

Doing some number 9 work in one of her Disney workbooks.

Doing a clothespin number match from Confessions of a Homeschooler.  Check out the giveaway going on for the K4 Curriculum at Confessions of a Homeschooler!

A lot of times I can only find things like this for 1-10.  So I was really excited that Hailey could get some more practice with 11-20.

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Letter of the Week Review E-H


After every 4 letters that we do I have a review week with Hailey.  One of the activities we do for review is to put together our Alphabet book.  This time we added these pages:

E is for Elephant Puzzle

F is for Fish

G is for Gingerbread

H is for House

I cut out the letters that Hailey decorated when we learned each letter and she glued them on to a piece of paper.

Then we put the pages into a binder that is Hailey’s alphabet book.

Hailey loves reading her alphabet book!

Another thing we do to review the letters is to make a little book for each letter.

Hailey colors several different pictures of words that start with E.

Then she cuts out the pictures.

And then glues them onto an index card.  When it’s dry I turn it into a book- she will eventually have one for every letter of the alphabet.

We also played Alphabet Bingo using the letters that she has learned so far.  This game has been a bit hit!!

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